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Fire sparked on trestle bridge

Black smoke could be seen across Richmond Wednesday afternoon, after a fire ripped through a North Arm railway trestle bridge. - Bhreandain Clugston
Black smoke could be seen across Richmond Wednesday afternoon, after a fire ripped through a North Arm railway trestle bridge.
— image credit: Bhreandain Clugston

Black smoke could be seen across Richmond Wednesday afternoon, after a fire ripped through a North Arm railway trestle bridge linking Vancouver and Richmond. Before Vancouver firefighters doused the blaze on the Canadian Pacific Railway span, officials closed the Oak Street Bridge for an hour due to limited visibility.

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